I joined The British School Warsaw in 2010. Since then, I have enjoyed teaching Mathematics to KS3, IGCSE and IB students, running KS3 Maths Club, Chess Club and various Maths competitions in the school.
Professionally, I am interested in developing various e-learning ideas and using technology (graphical calculators, interactive whiteboards, mathematics software, tablets) to enhance teaching of mathematics at various levels. Simultaneously, I work on my own project related to mathematics e-learning platform for schools.
In my free time, I enjoy playing chess which I started playing at the age of six. I used to participate in many international chess tournaments, including the Junior Championship of Poland, and was a part of junior chess team. My second passion was martial arts, especially boxing, and in 2008, I was given an opportunity to participate in the World Chess Boxing tournament in Berlin where I won my first chess-boxing fight. I believe that physical fitness and intellectual ability can be combined and assist in the development of students, which is why I am a fan of this new, exiting sport. I am happy to become a coach in the School Chess Club called “Check Mates” and you can find me every Friday on the school football pitch or basketball court.
For me, creating the highest quality learning means helping students to be the best in all fields. In order to achieve high results, I challenge students with giving them hard mathematical problems which stretch their thinking skills and enable them to work to the best of their ability. This is why I decided to run KS3 Maths Club which prepares students for various competitions.